Merseyside based company, Carroll Build are assuring their future success by bringing the award winning industry expert, Alyson Seddon into the fold.
Alyson’s new role as Head of Construction has been created to support the increasing expansion of construction company Carroll Build which is part of the parent company, The Carroll Group.
Her first-hand approach will support the growth of Carroll Build’s new housing and extra-care housing developments. Alyson’s pre-commencement experience will play a vital role in ensuring the high quality standards Carroll Build is known for.
Originally from Liverpool, Alyson’s 22 years of extensive construction experience has taken her up the career ladder from trainee site engineer all the way to Head of Technical and Design at Keepmoat.
Alyson is considered an inspiration to women working in the construction industry, earning praise for her work in developing several complicated school projects which won her the prestigious title of ‘Women in Construction: Project Manager of the Year’ in 2013.
Now working as Carroll Build’s new Head of Construction, her proven track record across all sectors including industrial, commercial, residential and education will help guide Carroll Build ahead of the competition.
Alyson Seddon said “I’m thrilled to be joining a well-established construction company like Carroll Build. I enjoy the challenge and the commitment required to excel in this industry and I’m looking forward to developing their new build projects and continuing their expansion plans for the future.”
To find out more information on Carroll Build visit www.thecarrollgroup.co.uk
"We are very pleased to welcome Alyson into Carroll Build and we are excited about the innovation and expertise she will bring to the new post."
Terry Carroll, Director of The Carroll Group
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